After 12 Years, 'Lavender Doe' Is Finally Identified

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Published on November 21, 2019 - Duration: 00:41s

After 12 Years, 'Lavender Doe' Is Finally Identified

Volunteer internet sleuths on a true-crimes website have helped identify a woman dubbed 'Lavender Doe.'

According to Newser, a woman was found dead, her body on fire, on Oct.

29, 2006, near Longview, Texas.

She was at most 25, blonde, and no family had come forward with a matching missing-person report.

In August, 20198, the DNA Doe Project crowdfunded $1,400 in order to get the woman's DNA reanalyzed.


After 12 Years, 'Lavender Doe' Is Finally Identified

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